Cool nukes / Des Hunt.

By: Hunt, Des, 1941- [author.]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Auckland : Scholastic, 2015Description: 286 pages ; 20 cmISBN: 9781775433422 :Subject(s): Nuclear energy -- Children's fiction | Cold fusion -- Children's fiction | Science fairs -- Children's fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Science fiction. DDC classification: NZ823.3 Summary: "Professor Walter Mayhew has always been weird, but an explosion in his backyard laboratory seems to have sent him over the edge. Then he disappears - in bizarre circumstances. Three of his young protegés, Max, Jian Xin and Cleo, start receiving cryptic messages, which look like plans for a nuclear device - one which could solve all of mankind's energy problems. The children decide to make the device for the upcoming ExpoFest science fair ... but if it works, the technology will be worth a fortune. And certain people aren't about to let three kids get the credit"--Publisher information.
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Novel for children.

"Professor Walter Mayhew has always been weird, but an explosion in his backyard laboratory seems to have sent him over the edge. Then he disappears - in bizarre circumstances. Three of his young protegés, Max, Jian Xin and Cleo, start receiving cryptic messages, which look like plans for a nuclear device - one which could solve all of mankind's energy problems. The children decide to make the device for the upcoming ExpoFest science fair ... but if it works, the technology will be worth a fortune. And certain people aren't about to let three kids get the credit"--Publisher information.

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